Clients are more demanding than ever before, asking for shorter lead times and faster delivery times, while competition has grown fiercer. In this context it is logical that printing companies are looking for new and innovative ways to optimize their production process. Digital production means printers can now offer shorter lead and faster delivery times for a wide range of products, at a very competitive price . To illustrate just how ground breaking the technology is for label makers and how you can optimize your production process even further, we have collected some facts and figures from some of our own clients.
There’s no denying the impact the digital revolution has had on the printing industry. Shorter turn times. Shorter print runs. The rise of big data and personalized communications. Have your print finishing services kept up with this shift in demand?
In a perfect world, you should be able to put ink in the press, run a job, and achieve color consistency. Unfortunately, every year flexographic and gravure printing operations waste ink, substrate, and press time trying to get color right.
It’s been said that everything you need to know you learned in kindergarten. Does this phrase ring true for print and packaging designers?
In the spirit of spring, we attempted to use a simple childhood activity—dyeing eggs—to solve some of the most perplexing color issues facing the packaging designer/printer relationship.
We are all looking for an edge this New Year; it is January and we want to make 2017 the best year yet…but how? Our team here at Scodix was thinking about this too and we have put together 5 ways Scodix will help your team make the difference.